Will2Walk News

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Triple your donation—support Will2Walk during National Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Month

Did you know that September is National Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) Awareness Month? In support of our own mission to create awareness of spinal cord injuries, the Will2Walk Foundation announces the Triple Your Donation Campaign. Money donated in September will have a dollar-for-dollar match by a Will2Walk Board Member, and then another dollar-for-dollar match through […]

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Join Will2Walk @ I Roll, You Walk event on September 13

In honor of National Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Month, please join us September 13 at I Roll, You Walk…Together We Live, a free family-friendly event for all ages and abilities. Hosted by Will2Walk, Arizona Bridge to Independent Living, Arizona Disabled Sports, Arizona Spinal Cord Association, Daring Adventures, and Barrow St. Joseph’s Hospital, the event features food, adaptive sport […]

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W2W grantee gains strength from cycling

A year ago, Will2Walk grantee Jody Robertson did not have a lot of the physical strength necessary to transfer herself to and from her wheelchair. After receiving a handcycle from Will2Walk in February 2013, Jody has taken advantage of the beautiful Arizona weather by cycling 2-3 times per week. “I’ve really built up my strength, […]

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Returning to work: W2W grantee offers advice

Returning to work after a spinal cord injury can be a long and daunting process. When she was two years post-injury, prior W2W grantee Jen Chaillie returned to work as a therapist specializing in treating children who have been victims of abuse. In February of 2013, Jen began the process of returning to work by […]

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Will2Walk unveils new scholarship & sponsorship program

Will2Walk is proud to introduce the new Will2Walk Scholarship & Sponsorship Program, which is designed to provide funding to individuals and qualified organizations that exemplify how those with spinal cord injuries can live a healthy, active and independent lifestyle. The new Program replaces the Life Enhancement Grant Program, which was in place from 2012-2013. During […]